Sens. Shaheen, Ayotte: Russia is the problem
“It will be very important for the U.S. to step up and lead on this if we confirm where the evidence points right now — that Russian backed separatists took down this plane,” Ayotte told the New Hampshire Union Leader Friday. “I believe that our intelligence community will be able to identify who’s responsible for this in the coming days.”
Shaheen was more direct when asked about the Ukrainian tragedy during an unrelated event in Hooksett.
“Those sanctions were an important first step,” Ayotte said. “It seems to me that this should be a wake-up call for Europe. The sanctions the President issued the other day, our European counterparts did not join in those sanctions.”
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